U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Peter Yuen
 

 Contact Info

 
Tel: 301-402-6702
Email: petery@mail.nih.gov
 

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  • Research Fellow/Staff ScientistNIDDK, NIH2001-present
  • Visiting ScientistMassachusetts Institute of Technology2000-2001
  • Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Tennessee1994-2000
  • HHMI Associate/Assistant InstructorVanderbilt University/University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center1989-1994
  • Ph.D.University of Minnesota1989
 

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Specialties
  • Translational

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MicroCT mouse CKD
PCA trajectoriesThe principal component analysis of cDNA microarray data depicted demonstrates that global gene expression patterns are distinct for two different types of acute kidney injury. The trajectories reflect time-dependent divergence from the normal state.PCA trajectoriesEnlarge
Telemetry blood pressureMiniaturized pressure transducers were catheterized into mouse carotid arteries, blood pressure was monitored in conscious, freely moving mice, and data was collected by radiotelemetry. Baseline mean arterial pressure was measured over several days, revealing diurnal variation. Mouse strains C57BL/6, 129S3, and CD-1 exhibit substantial differences in baseline blood pressure.Telemetry blood pressureEnlarge
Microparticles and fibrin deposition in sepsisCalpastatin-overexpressing transgenic mice, which are protected from sepsis-induced microparticle release and mortality, have restored susceptibility to fibrin deposition in liver and lung blood vessels when microparticles are reconstituted.Microparticles and fibrin deposition in sepsisEnlarge